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THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 8, I974 PAGE 3 hat's Happening Here and There Around the Diocese LITTLE ROCK The Third Order Secular Of Lady of Mount Carmel will at 2:15 P.M. Sunday, Nov. in the Carmelite Monastery, W. 3ad St. A religious will be followed by conference and a meeting. Persons in the Carmelite prayer life may attend. FORT SMITH COUrt Joan of Arc, Catholic Ughters of America, had a rate Communion Oct. 27 at ss celebrated by Father ernard G. Malone, court Rhaplain. _ . .._ . Readers were Mrs. zsdine nlpewolf and Mrs. Terry ISen A spiritual poem was t " d by Mrs. Rita Helfrich. efreshments were served fter Mass. A potluck supper will be rVed Wednesday, Nov. 13, at of Columbus Hall for and guests. The will be Frank Turner, } of the Union Rescue Members have been canned foods and items for the mission. LITTLE ROCK I1" The ihOol St. Edward's Rome Society will sponsor a 1%Zaar Friday, Nov. 15, at the ],oo. 1 bL _ Games will begin at7 I hrVing snack shop will begin I.d o eet variety of desserts. Sister M. Hermana, O.S.B., is chairman. LITTLE ROCK The Catholic Business Women's Club of Greater Little Rock, will have a dinner- meeting at the Hotel Sam Peck Monday, Nov. 11, at 6:15 P.M. A program will be presented by Mrs. Cordell Dougherty of Cordell's Inc. She will be in- troduced by Mrs. Nell Earnest, program chairman. LITTLE ROCK The second annual bazaar, sponsored by the Ladies" Society of Good Counsel Church, will be held tomorrow, Nov. 9, from 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. in the school cafeteria. Proceeds will be used to maintain the altar and the church. ROGERS A square dance lesson was a feature of a CYO Northwest Deanery meeting here Oct. 27. Vice President Mary Ann Dunn presided at a business session and appointed a year book committee headed by Siegle Lee Bell. Andy Reed, spiritual chairman, led prayer. Members assisted at Mass at St. Vincent's Church, then enjoyed a ham- burger supper. CLARKSVILLE hamburgers, drinks, The Catholic Women's Union coffee an hour earlier. A will spend the day sewing for shop also will offer a the missions Wednesday, Nov. CALL Tom Cullivan FOR SALE OF HOMES, FARMS & ACREAGE CULLIVAN REALTY 5301 LEE! L.H. - PHONE 663-6879 i . MerLin 13/and Electronics SALES ::: SERVIC? u*ar" FRED MERTIN, OWNER (Member Sacred Heart Parish) HARLESTON, ARK. PHONE 965 7100 , i "Where Friends Meet and Eat" H. E. "TUTTS" NEISSL mmmmmimmmmiimmm=m m| I TUTORING: I that's really effective! II I Learning Foundations | 1 : It The Tutoring Center I   mB If BB BII BB BB HI NB BB It BB BB Nil IB gB BN BB Sir STEAK HOUSE and UoN Ross RED COAT TAVERN OWner Sir lin's Inn is North Little Rock's newest steak house. The Sir Loin's Inn offers a varietyofdelictousprime beef steak dinners. ott will enjoy fixing your own salad topped with croutons salad shrimp. Three blocks west of the North Little Rock Holiday Inn. 801 West 29th Street, N.L.R. ,.OPEN 5:30 P.M. to 11:00 P.M. I k $5,000 Burse Given to Diocese Little Rock-- Another com- plete $5,000 seminary burse has been given to the Diocese of Little Rock, it was announced this week by Msgr. James E. O'Connell, diocesan director of seminarians. It was received from Miss Maude Craft and Mrs. E. Eugene Newhouse of Good Counsel parish in the memory of E. Eugene Newhouse and his daughter, Mary Jean. Like other seminary burses, the funds will be invested and the earnings applied toward the education of young men for the Arkansas priesthood. Burse contributions should be ad- dressed to Rev. Msgr. James E. O'Connell, 2500 North Tyler, Little Rock, Ark. 72207. II 13, in the home of Mrs. Art Bachner, 443 Grandview. Sack lunches will be carried. Dessert and coffee wiH be served. t) v Rogers First Communicants Sixteen children received their First Holy Communion Oct. 13 in St. Vincent de Paul Church, Rogers. Pictured above with their pastor, Msgr. John E. Murphy, V.F., and their instructor, Sister Ethelreda, O.S.B., they are, from the left, front row - Edward Brown, Maria Dane, Laura May, Theresa followed the meeting. LITTLE ROCK HUNTSVILLE Sister Margaret Vincent Funds for the Honduran Blandford, S.C.N., president of Hurricane Relief Fund were St. Vincent Infirmary, will raised here Oct. 24 through a speak on "SVI Events" at the chili supper, sponsored by St. monthly luncheon meeting of John's parish, under the the Infirmary's Ladies' direction of the pastor, Father Auxiliary today, Nov. 8, at noon Fidelis Levri. Mrs. Anthony in the Coffee Shoppe Dining Bahr was committee chairman. Room. PARAGOULD Bob Mischa was the speaker at the October meeting of the Northeastern CYO deanery here. A Mass, supper and dance USCC Being , Reorganized HOT SPRINGS Msgr. James P. Gaffney, pastor emeritus of St. Mary of the Springs Church here, will be the principal speaker in Coraopolis, Pa., tomorrow, Nov. 9, at the 50th anniversary celebration of St. Francis of Assissi Council No. 2555, Knights of Columbus. TEXARKANA Ricky Lee and Cathy Boyette won first prizes for the best costumes at a Hallowe'enparty sponsored by St. Edward's parish CYO here Oct. 30. Lori Filogamo won the gag prize for the most hideous costume. Door Chandler, Kelly Hardy, Anne Hicks asd Jeanette Foerster. Second row - Alfaro, Ronald 'Arnold,' James Scankm, Anthony Bliss, Mark Rees, Thomas Jeaes, Timothy McDonald, Stanley LoPieealo and William Himsl. Washington (NC) -- The U.S. Catholic Conference (USCC) has announced a major reorganization intended to cut costs, streamline operations and make the conference more effective in dealing with issues. The major elements of the reorganization are: - The consolidation of 16 of the conference's 18 divisions, which were semi-autonomous organizations, into three existing departments -- Education, Communication, and Social Development and World Peace. -- The upgrading of the Division for the Spanish- Speaking into a secretariat, reporting to the office of the general secretary of the USCC and the National Conference of Catholic Bishops (NCCB). -- The transfer of pro-life activities, a major function of the former Family Life Division, into an NCCB secretariat. The reorganization will be completed by Jan. 1. Bishop James S. Rausch, USCC-NCCB general secretary, said the reorganization was prompted by a need to remain 4vithin the conference's budget and a desire to make the con- ference function more smoothly. Bishop Rausch said the reorganization was needed to allow the USCC to balance its budget of approximately $3- million a year. Without the reorganization, he said, an additional half million dollars would have been needed within the next year. The USCC budget comes from all U.S. dioceses. Archbi shop Sheen Hopeful for Future Boston (NC) -- Retired Ar- chbishop Fulton J. Sheen said here that the Catholic Church in America "is shedding its old skin and a new and stronger Church will soon emerge." Warning that "Christianity has lost the sense of self-denial and mortification that sym- bolizes Christ on the Cross," the 79-year-old archbishop predicted that, "despite the cowards leaving our churches and the lack of discipline in our lives/' the Church "will soon have a great resurrection." I I prizes went to Deirdre Mahr and Mark Forte. The parish CYO conducted an outdoor candlelight Sunset Prayer Service Oct. 6 at Lake Wright Patman. THERE'S ONE NEAR YOU CON-ARK BUILDERS, Inc. CONWAY, ARKANSAS i!i We solicit inquiries for commercial and i! :, industrial construction needs in Central iiiii Arkansas. 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